We’re all pretty familiar with Kroger Click-List, Instacart and Shipt.
But below you’ll find some other options. Some from smaller neighborhood stores that often have more in stock than their larger counterparts.
Start loading your virtual cart and securing a curbside pick-up or delivery time. The wait has been about 7 days on average for most stores. With these in your grocery tool belt, you’ll be sure to get a slot that won’t have you stressing about feeding your families.
There are some in here that you may not know about – like The Butchery – that you’ll probably continue using after we’re all done with social distancing.
And remember, it’s ok to have a pick-up or delivery from more than one store. You just don’t know what they’ll have in stock these days. (And if you really need to have milk for your kids, you’ll get what we’re saying!) Most important pro-tip: start building your next cart as soon as you get home from getting your last one. It seems insane, but it is really necessary.
Please add your favorites in the comments. We’ll all get through this together!